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Adobe introduces Photoshop Album software
Today Adobe Systems Incorporated announced new software for Windows-based computer users that are facing the biggest problem after having to choose over all those digital cameras out there on the market today, how to find, fix, share, manage those large number of digital images on their computers. Adobe Photoshop Album has to solve that problem.
The new Photoshop Album software leaves the competition behind by using an easy and sophisticated 'tagging' system to organize and find images, and leverages Photoshop software's unrivalled image enhancement technology to provide simple, high quality one-click editing. In addition, Photoshop Album is the only consumer digital photography product to take advantage of the ubiquity of Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF), creating an intuitive way to share digital photos with family and friends.
Adobe Photoshop Album gathers thousands of digital photos for viewing in one convenient place called the photo well and automatically organizes them by date. From there, it's simple to find a particular photo: a timeline view displays photos taken over a period of time, while a detailed calendar view shows the exact day and month when each moment was captured. Photos don't always turn out exactly as planned, so Photoshop Album provides one-click editing tools to fix common problems, such as red-eye, color, contrast and brightness. For more advanced editing, Photoshop Album provides single-click integration for users of Adobe Photoshop Elements 2.0, Adobe's award winning image-editing software for photo hobbyists and amateur photographers. And perhaps most importantly, Photoshop Album is equipped with one-click photo backup to CD and DVD to ensure that memories will be preserved for future generations.
Adobe Photoshop Album is expected to ship in the United States in February 2003 at an estimated street price of US$49.99. International editions are expected to ship in the second quarter of 2003.
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